F.C. Community Service Funds Available

November 9, 2016 10:18 PM0 comments

Applications for the City of Falls Church Community Services Fund (CSF) for Fiscal Year 2018 will be available beginning Nov. 10 and will be accepted through Dec. 14 at 5 p.m. The total amount of funds available is expected to be about $83,400 and grant amounts vary. The CSF is […]

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Police Warn, ‘Don’t Feed the Deer’

10:17 PM0 comments

According to Fairfax County Police, residents are wrong who enjoy seeing white-tailed deer up close and may feel they are contributing to the animal’s welfare by providing supplemental food. Feeding deer can have unintended negative consequences and often does more harm than good. Feeding can lead to nutritional problems, increased […]

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‘Toxic Stress’ Documentary Viewed

10:09 PM0 comments

Hundreds of people gathered in the Fairfax County Board Auditorium last Monday – including social workers, health professionals, teachers, parents, therapists and appointed and elected officials – to view and discuss a recently released documentary: “Resilience: Toxic Stress and the Science of Hope.” The documentary describes the dangerous, lifelong impact […]

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In Trump Shocker Election, F.C. Voters Approve Library Bonds

10:06 PM0 comments

At 10 p.m. Tuesday night, with 400 Northern Virginia Democratic party faithful packed into Falls Church’s State Theatre, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe took the stage to announce that Virginia had gone for Hillary Clinton in the national presidential election.

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Campus Land Task Force Assembles Needed Data

10:01 PM0 comments

Shoe-horned into a small conference room at the Falls Church School Board offices Wednesday morning, the West End Campus Process Steering Committee convened for its first meeting of a very aggressive schedule.

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Cafe Kindred Officially Debuts New Bar, ‘Townshend,’ Friday

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Some people spike their coffee. Jennifer Demetrio and Gary O’Hanlon will be literally spiking an entire coffee shop when they officially introduce their new bar-within-a-coffee-shop concept at Falls Church’s Cafe Kindred this Friday.

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Final Unofficial F.C. Vote Tally Confirms Win for Library Bond

November 8, 2016 11:59 PM0 comments

Falls Church voter registrar David Bjerke confirmed the final unofficial vote, including absentee ballots, in the City of Falls Church election today, and it confirmed that the referendum authorizing $8.5 million to renovate and expand the Mary Riley Styles Library passed by a wide margin.

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Va. Gov. McAuliffe Calls Virginia for Clinton in Dem Event at State Theatre

11:58 PM0 comments

At 10 p.m. Tuesday night, the 400 Northern Virginia Democratic party faithful packed into Falls Church’s State Theatre, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe took the stage to announce that Virginia had gone for Hillary Clinton in today’s national presidential election.

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Economy Party Supplies to Shutter in December

6:10 PM0 comments

Economy Party Supplies & Costumes in Falls Church will close when its lease ends in December. The 28-year old family owned business will begin its store closing sale on Thursday, November 10 at 10 a.m. Everything in the store, including rental costumes, party supplies, seasonal products, toys, and party favors, […]

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It’s Finally Here: Election Day 2016

3:30 PM0 comments

Three polling places in the City of Falls Church will, like those throughout the Commonwealth, be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. today, November 8.

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